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Announcement :: Media : Organizing
Lucy Parsons Center Upcoming Events
16 Dec 2009
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LUCY PARSONS CENTER UPCOMING EVENTS
(read below for more details)
http://lucyparsons.org/calendar.php
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1) Radical Film Night - Fred Thompson & Utah Phillips On The IWW --> Wed Dec 16, 7pm

2) International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers --> Thu Dec 17, 7pm

3) Radical Film Night - Democracy 101 --> Wed Dec 23, 7pm

4) ongoing events


~ All LPC events are free and open to the public (though donations are greatly appreciated). If you have any questions, call us at (617) 267-6272. For info about who we are, how to host an event, how to become a collective member or
how to get to the LPC, please read the end of this post.


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EVENT DESCRIPTIONS
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Radical Film Night - Fred Thompson & Utah Phillips On The IWW
(Wed Dec 16, 7pm)

The Lucy Parsons Center and the Industrial Workers of the World will be offering a program of documentaries on the IWW at 7pm, December 16. The two 1/2 hour DVDs, first shown on Chicago cable television, consist of a short agitational oration by Utah Phillips, an interview with longtime IWW activist Fred Thompson, and a talk by Staughton Lynd illustrating the differences in approach between the IWW and the AFL/CIO and more. To be followed by a discussion of the themes of the program.

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International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers
(Thu Dec 17, 7pm)

Join Sex Workers Outreach Project's Boston chapter in remembering and honoring sex workers murdered this year in Massachusetts and around the globe. The event will include a presentation by Sex Workers Internet Radio Library, commentary by Tara Hurley of the documentary "Happy Endings?" and a reading of the names of each sex worker who was murdered this year. Following, we will take a meditative walk with red umbrellas, a common symbol of sex worker rights and safety, and will observe a brief moment of silence. Afterwards, we'll gather back for coffee, tea, snacks, and a chance to network and socialize with the community.

http://swopusa.org/dec17/

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Radical Film Night - Democracy 101
(Wed Dec 23, 7pm)

Made in Pittsburgh within five days of the G20 summit by a team from Pittsburgh Indymedia, Twin Cities Indymedia, Chicago Indymedia, Glassbead Collective, and Mobile Broadcast News, a new documentary: "Democracy 101 Rough Cut)". Democracy 101 is a look at the policing and pattern of issues that arise during National Special Security Events. Made with footage from the recent repression of dissent in Pittsburgh, salvaged from the broken cameras, stolen video and arrested reporters, and independent journalists from around the country.

Discussion to follow the movie.

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There are several ongoing events hosted at the Lucy Parsons Center:

Radical Film Night
every Wednesday, 7pm
upcoming: December 16th, 23rd, 30th

Industrial Workers Of The World meeting
second Sunday of each month, 2pm
upcoming: January 10th

BAAM meeting
first Tuesday of each month, 7pm
upcoming: January 5th

Socialist Party Of Boston meeting
third Sunday of each month, 5:30pm
upcoming: December 20th, January 17th

Rising Tide meeting
first Sunday of each month, 5:30pm
upcoming: January 3rd

Please see the calendar at our web site for descriptions:
http://lucyparsons.org/calendar.php



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ABOUT LPC
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+++ Where are we?

Lucy Parsons Center
549 Columbus Avenue
Boston's South End
Telephone: (617) 267-6272
Email: lucyparsons (at) tao.ca
web: http://lucyparsons.org/

+++ What are we?

The Lucy Parsons Center, Boston's collectively run
radical bookstore features an extensive selection
of radical books and magazines, internet access,
space for talks and meetings, and free movies
Wednesday nights. Located at 549 Columbus Avenue
in the South End the store is just down from Mass
Ave and easily reached from the Mass Ave and
Symphony T stations and the #1 bus. Regular store
hours 12-9pm weekdays and 1-7 on weekends.

+++ Volunteer

Volunteering at LPC isn't just about donating your
labor. All of the Lucy Parsons Center volunteers
contribute to all aspects of running the store and
can take part in all decisions in how it's run.
If you know anything about grant writing, web
design, or any other skills you think would be
useful, or if you just want to be part of this
great radical project, please email us at
volunteer (at) lucyparsons.org

+++ Use our space for radical stuff

http://lucyparsons.org/spacerequest.php

One of the most important aspects of the Lucy Parsons Center is providing a community meeting place for radical activities. If you want to host an event, please send an email to us at events (at) lucyparsons.org. Make sure to give enough notice so that we can approve the event at our bimonthly meetings.

If you have a group that needs a space to have regular meetings, just come to the bookstore and fill out a space request form. Again, make sure to allow time for approval by the collective.

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